Mindy Meek-Sorber was one of the most dedicated athletes in Incarnate Word history. Mindy was a member of the varsity basketball team starting with her sophomore year. Her junior year she was voted the most improved player. Her senior year Mindy was a captain of the basketball team and voted to the all conference team. She helped lead the team to the first district championship in school history. Jim Johnson describes her as one of the most committed and unselfish players he has ever coached. Mindy was also a member of the varsity soccer team all four years. She was a starter as a freshman, was voted the best defensive player for both her junior and senior year and was an all conference selection both years. Mindy was voted a captain her senior year and lead the team to the first state soccer championship in the schools history. In both her junior and senior years, she was selected to the Suburban Journal High School All Star team. In addition during her senior year, Mindy was chosen the St. Louis Post Dispatch Scholar Athlete and the U. S. Army Scholar Athlete. Mindy received a soccer scholarship to SIUE and graduated with a degree in civil engineering. Mindy was a devoted athlete of the highest character who was a great leader and had the utmost respect of her teammates. The respect Mindy received on the field, she also gained in the classroom. Senior Year, Mindy was elected as president of Student Council as she was admired for her sense of commitment, leadership and integrity. Mindy continues to share her gift of leadership to Incarnate Word Academy as an Alum Board Member for the past 8 years. Presently, Mindy is a stay-at-home mom and is blessed with two beautiful children, Syerra (4) and Kyler (7). Mindy is a dedicated wife and mother and feels very "lucky to be able to stay home with her children helping guide them and grow with them along life’s adventures."